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Train better by forgetting what you know

I recently conducted formal training session for some end users of a Drupal content management system (CMS) our Professional Services team is building. These end users were not web developers, not professional content strategists, and had no prior experience with a CMS.

Support Help Center Replaces Email Submission for New Tickets

As of Tuesday, 1 July 2014, we will stop accepting new support requests by email and will direct all customers to submit requests via the Support Help Center web interface. We will continue to support email as a convenient channel for customers to update all currently open and future support tickets.

Rapidly Responding to Security Vulnerabilities

It’s an unfortunate fact of life on the web that security threats and vulnerabilities are exposed on a regular basis. We have to be ready for them at all times and at any cadence. Just two weeks ago, both the OpenSSL TLS MITM and Ubuntu Kernel vulnerabilities became public within hours of one another. At Acquia, our stance is that we’re ever vigilant and always ready for these situations.

Achieving an Omni-Channel Digital Business Model in Financial Services

Even though it is one of the oldest industries in the world, the financial services sector has not experienced a lot of change, especially at once. But with the advent of digital, the industry has suddenly found itself facing unprecedented shifts in the way it needs to operate in order to keep up. As a result, it has changed more in the past 10 than it has in the previous hundred.

Building a Great DX: Establish a Relationship

Working at Acquia has given me new appreciation for Hector, an artist with a paint brush… and a roller, and masking tape.

Hector works at my local hardware store; he can usually be found around the paint section.

What I appreciate about Hector is that we don’t have to start from scratch, every time I walk into the store. We can generally pick up where we left off after my last weekend visit.

Managing Multiple Sites in an EDU environment - A Case Study

Drupal is a remarkably flexible content management system / framework that can be adapted to a wide array of use cases. The myriad of configuration possibilities to fit a project’s specialized needs is one of Drupal’s great strengths.

A frequent use case is the need for a large number of similar but not identical sites that will be supported in unison.

Award-winning Site Connects Saïd Business School Community

MySBS is the intranet site of Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. It provides faculty-facing services, such as internal news, announcements, reminders and messaging. It’s also a self-organizing collaboration platform. Pronovix won first prize Acquia's inaugural Partner Site of the Year Award Program for its work on MySBS in the Higher Education and Internal Community site categories. Kornél Lugosi and Diana Lakatos of Pronovix contributed to this post.

Building a Great DX: Start a Conversation

Bentley University’s Design and Usability Center, located just outside Boston, is a fantasy playground for a digital experience geek like me.

The center’s usability labs are equipped with one-way mirrors, eye-tracking technology, and biometric sensors for testing the emotional impact of digital campaigns.

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It’s this kind of feedback that attracts global firms like Fidelity Investments, CVS, FAO Schwarz, Houghton Mifflin, and Ericsson.

Acquia acquired TruCentric

We’re excited to announce that Acquia acquired TruCentric, a software-as-a-service company that is focused on providing personalization for websites. Earlier this year we launched Acquia Lift, which brings testing and personalization capabilities to Drupal sites.

Building A Great DX: Getting Started

An awesome web site is no longer enough. A fantastic mobile app? Just part of the puzzle.

Today, you need to think bigger, much bigger. You have to create a great digital experience.

Sounds daunting, right?

But here’s the good news: the most successful approaches to this lofty ideal can be surprisingly simple, and elegant, if you base them on timeless insights into human nature.

How do you define a great digital experience?

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